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Do-Cut Big Dig Contest

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It's again time for the Do-Cut Big Dig contest!

To enter, go to the Storm Tracker 21 Facebook page. Click like and fill out the entry form.

Then, watch 21 News weeknights at six from November 12, 2012 through November 29, 2012 for your chance to qualify. Each weeknight (Monday through Thursday) we will announce one daily qualifier. You will have 21 minutes to call us back at 1-800-488-9365 to qualify.

One person will win a Toro Snowblower (grand prize). We will also be giving away three weekly prizes. The weekly prize is an electric Toro Power Shovel! Weekly winners will be announced on Fridays (11/16, 11/23, 11/30) and will be drawn from the daily qualifiers from that week. All daily qualifiers are eligible for the grand prize. You do not have to watch to be the weekly or grand prize winner.

You can only qualify once during the contest period. You must be 18 years of age or older to enter. Deadline to enter is Wednesday, November 28, 2012.

You can also enter by mail. Send a postcard with your name, address and daytime telephone number to: Big Dig Contest, c/o 21 WFMJ, 101 W. Boardman Street, Youngstown, OH, 44503.

For a complete set of rules, send a self addressed stamped envelope to Big Dig Contest at the address above. You can also request the complete rules by sending an e-mail to 21newsnow@wfmj.com (put Big Dig Contest Rules in the subject line).

Daily Qualifiers

11/29/12 - No Qualifier

11/28/12 - Marion Pugliese - Youngstown, OH (week #3 winner)

11/27/12 - Lisa Nicolaou - Niles, OH

11/26/12 - Kenneth Moritz - Canfield, OH

11/22/12 - Charles Zell - Warren, OH

11/21/12 - Larry Conner - Mineral Ridge, OH (week #2 winner)

11/20/12 - No Qualifier

11/19/12 - Roselyn Gadd - Girard, OH

11/15/12 - No Qualifier

11/14/12 - No Qualifier

11/13/12 - Karen Treharn - Youngstown, OH (week #1 winner)

11/12/12 - Cory Morgan - Warren, OH (GRAND PRIZE WINNER)

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